Account is getting temporarily suspended again and again

Hi guys,

My website https://www.palbrosinfotainment.ml is getting suspended after every 6 to 7 hours. The reason i read in my control panel was my MYSQL limits which is getting exceeded.

Your free hosting account is suspended for reaching a daily resource limit. Please note that each free hosting account has daily CPU, hits, RAM, I/O, and Entry process limits. During each day we record all of these usage stats. It is quite normal for a website to utilise daily limits as PHP scripts can use a lot of server resources, especially if you have multiple PHP scripts and websites in your free hosting account.

Your account was suspended because you hit the Entry Process Limit .

Your account will be reactivated automatically in 20 hours from now.

I tried a lot but i could not find the exact reason that why it is happening again and again. This way i cannot be running such site.

Is there anybody who can help me out with this ?

Or do i need to change the webhost ?

Your domain is suspended.

https://infinityfree.net/support/account-suspended-without-reason/
https://infinityfree.net/support/my-account-was-suspended/
https://infinityfree.net/support/why-does-my-domain-redirect-to-suspendeddomain-org/

if you turned on “I’m under attack” mode in cloudflare
you no longer need it because @MrJunior give you an answer

@oxydac need more clarity in this. I have turned on under attack mode from cloudflare. Do i need to turn it off.

@Mrjunior please help me in understanding how can my website exceed the alotted limit of cpu , memory etc even though my website has very low traffic around 40 or 50 per day.

@Palbros said:
@Mrjunior please help me in understanding how can my website exceed the alotted limit of cpu , memory etc even though my website has very low traffic around 40 or 50 per day.

Did you check your client area already? Not only does it tell exactly which limit you have exceeded, it also gives you a link to a knowledge base article explaining what the limit is, what causes it and what you can do to try and reduce your usage.

Spoilers (not really - this is the case for literally every limit): number of visitors is not the main cause.

@Palbros said:
@oxydac need more clarity in this.

I’m sorry if I was not clear enough
since your site is not attacked, there is no need to have this mode turned on in cloudflare, it only makes access more difficult for visitors.

@OxyDac said:

@Palbros said:
@oxydac need more clarity in this.

I’m sorry if I was not clear enough
since your site is not attacked, there is no need to have this mode turned on in cloudflare, it only makes access more difficult for visitors.

And additional to that.
Your site was only suspended not being attacked.

Thanks oxydac and mr junior

@MrJunior i have checked my control panel and it saying my website has been suspended because of below reasons

Your free hosting account is suspended for reaching a daily resource limit. Please note that each free hosting account has daily CPU, hits, RAM, I/O, and Entry process limits. During each day we record all of these usage stats. It is quite normal for a website to utilise daily limits as PHP scripts can use a lot of server resources, especially if you have multiple PHP scripts and websites in your free hosting account.

Your account was suspended because you hit the MySQL Usage Limit .

Your account will be reactivated automatically in 5 hours from now.

@Mrjunior please suggest what should i do to keep it in given limits

@Palbros you supposed to:

  1. Consider you a premium account, there’s no such limits and more possibilities than on free shared hosting.
  2. Optimize your application(website), I bet there’s too much requests going on to your databases, what software is installed on your website if it installed at all, if you’re web-delevoper, than you probably know how to decrease MySQL requests on your site, if not - depends of application.

my website is on wordpress and unfortunately i don’t how to reduce MySQL requests. Is there any plugin or any thing else that i can do to reduce the requests.

@Palbros said:
my website is on wordpress and unfortunately i don’t how to reduce MySQL requests. Is there any plugin or any thing else that i can do to reduce the requests.

One of the ways to reduce this is to deactivate many plugins as possible, I recommend having only 5 active plugins here on free hosting and you should only activate plugins that are not very heavy.

@Palbros I usually don’t work with CMS, especially with things like that, maybe someone else here could give you a good advice as @UnknownLolz gave(probably). But usually CMS’s allows you to manage functionality and you need to disable/remove anything that you won’t use, or might don’t use.

@Palbros said:
@Mrjunior please suggest what should i do to keep it in given limits

Did you notice the big blue button right below the text you copied? It says “Learn More About This Limit”. That article tells you what the limit means, what increases it and what you can do to reduce your usage.

https://infinityfree.net/support/entry-process-limit/

Pretty quite understandable.

@Palbros said:
Hi guys,

My website https://www.palbrosinfotainment.ml is getting suspended after every 6 to 7 hours. The reason i read in my control panel was my MYSQL limits which is getting exceeded.

Your free hosting account is suspended for reaching a daily resource limit. Please note that each free hosting account has daily CPU, hits, RAM, I/O, and Entry process limits. During each day we record all of these usage stats. It is quite normal for a website to utilise daily limits as PHP scripts can use a lot of server resources, especially if you have multiple PHP scripts and websites in your free hosting account.

Your account was suspended because you hit the Entry Process Limit .

Your account will be reactivated automatically in 20 hours from now.

I tried a lot but i could not find the exact reason that why it is happening again and again. This way i cannot be running such site.

Is there anybody who can help me out with this ?

Or do i need to change the webhost ?

What software for your site are you using?

@UnknownLolz https://forum.infinityfree.com/discussion/comment/17874/#Comment_17874

@MrJunior said:
@UnknownLolz https://forum.infinityfree.com/discussion/comment/17874/#Comment_17874

Ok, thanks